Imperial College Business School is situated in the South Kensington Campus of Imperial College London and is close to many of London’s famous landmarks including Harrods Department Store, Hyde Park and the Houses of Parliament. Studying in Europe’s financial capital gives students a real advantage and Imperial College Business School has many innovative initiatives that allow students to tap into this rich source of business knowledge, making it one of the top MBA programs in the UK. In fact Microsoft have recently created a global innovations hub for 30 of the worlds top international corporations and have chosen Imperial as their intellectual partner.
Another benefit of studying in London is the massive number of career options open to graduates once they have completed their MBA and 75% of students go on to pursue a career in the UK, this is particularly impressive given the high percentage of international students at Imperial. This retention of talent from all over the world has massive benefits to the UK economy and helps it continue to be the important financial centre it has become.
Imperial is ranked 37th in the Financial Times Top 100 Business Schools Global MBA rankings and the Imperial Executive MBA is ranked a very respectable 23rd the Financial Times Executive MBA rankings.
Imperial College Business School attracts a diverse mix of students with a 70% split of international students. It also has a healthy gender split with 35% of students being female. Alumni go on to pursue careers across a wide range of business sectors, but there is a definite bias towards financial services (over 15% of alumni work in this sector), which is no surprise given the influence of the large financial institutions based in London.
The following MBA programs are offered by Imperial:
- Imperial Full-Time MBA program
- Imperial Executive MBA program
- Imperial Distance Learning MBA
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- Professor Dorothy Griffiths, Deputy Principal of Imperial College Business School and Head of Programmes
- Professor David Begg, Principal of Imperial College Business School and Professor of Economics